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Karnataka BJP’s communal agenda for state election shows admission of its governance failures

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Karnataka BJP chief Nalin Kateel wants upcoming assembly election to be a Tipu vs Savarkar contest and about ‘love jihad’. Ruling party’s communal polarisation agenda is an admission of governance failures. PM Modi frequents Karnataka to showcase development initiatives, but his party is apparently not convinced about its electoral efficacy.

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Opposition leaders’ protest over expunction of portions of their Parliament speeches has much justification. Presiding officers can scrub what’s unparliamentary and defamatory. But this fails the smell test. Political and institutional morality apart, in this digital age, with live broadcasts, Parliament rules need to be in sync with the times.

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